MScEE - Master's Degree Course in Electronics Engineering - 
Fees / Regulations / Financial Support
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We are lucky to announce, that we have received general tuition fee waivers for this accredited master course from the Federal State of Bremen for all enrolled students.

Service Fees

This course is subject to service fees:

1500 Euro in total.

Among other arrangements to your benefit, this enables Hochschule Bremen, International Student Association (ISA) (ISA-Flyer for download) to offer you a comprehensive service program that will accompany you throughout your entire time of studies in Bremen.

Regulations

Terms of payment:
1. Upon acceptance of admission you will receive an invoice together with the official admission letter, asking you to pay a first rate of the fees (1000 Euro),
2. Upon registration the remaining sum for the course, i.e. Euro 500 (five hundred) has to be paid.

Financial Support

Scholarship database

Looking for an overview of the various types of funding offered by the DAAD or of the programmes offered by other funding organisations for a study stay in Germany?

Well, this is where you can find information on various kinds of DAAD funding for foreign students, graduates and postdocs as well as on funding offered by other selected organisations.

If you have any questions on these programmes, please directly contact the person named in the programme description.

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (German Accademic Exchange Service)
Here you find a list.

Be aware of the fact that deadlines for scholarships are usually much earlier than our deadline for application.
In order to apply for a scholarship you will need "proof of existing contacts with the Master's course of your choice".

 

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Hochschule Bremen offers financial assistance to a very limited number of students, including special funds for female applicants.
The decision on granting financial support is made by the Steering Board of the course, based on the candidates' academic and personal records; and involves in general a student job in one of our laboratories or institutes.

The selection process is competitive!

In addition to these fundings, the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science provides opportunities for student jobs in cooperation with local companies.